[jitsi-dev] [jitsi-videobridge] listen only mode (#5)


#1

In a typical broadcast scenario where there are 2-3 publisher and hundreds of listener, how could videobridge be used. There is no documentation about connecting to jitmeet in listen/view only mode without publishing self stream

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Closed #5.

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#3

Please ask the question on our mailing list. You may also want to clarify whether your question is about Jitsi Videobridge (where you posted your comment) or Jitsi Meet (which is what you refer to in your question).

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#4

Hey there,

In a typical broadcast scenario where there are 2-3 publisher and
hundreds of listener, how could videobridge be used.

If this question is about Jitsi Videobridge then it's simple: you just create channels for everyone and let some participants send while others don't.

There is no
documentation about connecting to jitmeet in listen/view only mode
without publishing self stream

You can just connect and you turn off your microphone and then turn off your microphone and webcam but I do acknowledge that Jitsi Meet is not currently optimised for this case. It's something we are working on.

Emil

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On 20.05.14, 16:41, neerajnagi wrote:

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